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Same Rom-Com aspect to both of them. The plot is somewhat similar in both of them. They both fake a marriage so the male lead can protect his house which he values a lot. The female leads are loosely similar in the way that they think of marriage the opposite way that the male leads do.
Recommended by Regent - 22 days ago
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They are similar because:
Similar theme: Both set in school/university + flower boy concept
There's a love triangle between the female and male lead and one of the 2nd male leads
4 male leads who are popular in the school/university
The male lead hates the female lead and there is some bullying and then they fall in love
Rich boy poor girl type of drama

Differences:
None of the male leads knew each other before becoming roommates in Hi Flower
More business/company feud in Hi Flower
The female lead is an orphan and struggles to support her and her brother's education.
Recommended by Alice - 23 days ago
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They are similar because:
Both set in university
There's a love triangle between the female and male lead and one of the 2nd male leads
Both of them talk about growing up and being young
The male lead is a bit of a jerk and is arrogant
Rich boy/poor girl drama
4 male leads who are popular at th euniversity
The relationship btw the female and male lead is similar

Differences:
None of the male leads knew each other before becoming roommates in Hi Flower
There are more business/ company feuds in Hi Flower
The female lead is an orphan and struggles to support her and her brother's education.
Recommended by Alice - 23 days ago
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Both protagonists are strong and skilled doctors who go against the rules of the hospital to save patients. There are a lot of people against them.
Recommended by JennyNguyen - 23 days ago
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has the character "Jeremy/Lee Hong Gi" in the lead, both have the same vibe like the old kdramas or shoujo mangas, both are innocent love story between innocent characters, also has idols
Recommended by Red Block - 23 days ago
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both have dark themes, both of them have twisted characters and also theme of physical abuse and hint of sexual abuse to young children
Recommended by Red Block - 23 days ago
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both have dark themes, both of them have twisted characters and also theme of physical abuse and hint of sexual abuse to young children
Recommended by Red Block - 23 days ago
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Ambos mostram garotas novinhas tentando sobreviver na cidade grande sem dinheiro, sem família e sem lugar para ir. As duas trabalham por um tempo em hostess clubs, e por la ganham uma outra oportunidade maior.
Girl's life é mais voltado para a vida da guria e na amizade que ela conquistou.
Na maior parte de Platonic Sex também é mais sobre a vida da guria, mas acaba virando um romance, ou seja, tem uma emoção a mais.
Recommended by sasakiah - 23 days ago
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Genres: Family, Comedy, Drama, Sitcom, Romance

The drama is about 2 families who go from the picture perfect life to a stage life. Shin Gu runs a photo studio and his kimchee-like common class family is about to become inlaws with Seon Woo Eun-Sook's cheese-like rich class family that runs a sports center, and Kim Eul-Dong plays Shin Gu's wife. Lee Hye-Yeong plays Kim and Shin's unmarried 39 year old daughter. With the clash in class and familyvalues, the drama is the comic events that follow when kimchee and cheese are hashed together
Recommended by CHAUNGOC - 23 days ago
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These two dramas are seemingly quite different, but I think they have some themes in common, such as people working through various life issues and the characters trying to help each other through it. There's a theme of family here, in Kahogo no Kahako they are related by blood, but in Last Friends, the friends are like family. Last Friends is quite a bit darker in terms of the issues the characters deal with, but if you liked Kahogo no Kahoko, give Last Friends a try!
Recommended by Snailphanie - 24 days ago
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Both have awesome swordsman and fight scenes. One is about getting revenge and killing while the other is trying to make amends for past and refuses to kill. Both are awesome movies and have the same feel and character looks.
Recommended by Aprella-chan - 24 days ago
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Both have lead with different personalitie, just that in Meloholic it's the female lead who have different personalities.
Recommended by cynthia - 24 days ago
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This might be far-fecthed similarity but both have characters working in the entertainment industry and I see something similar in Dokko Jin and Do Hyun's characters.
Recommended by Miona - 24 days ago
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Lee Min Ki in both dramas as the main lead! Cannot unsee though that he plays a kind of reversed role in Because this is my first life as opposed to Dalja's spring; while he is the younger guy dating an older woman in the older drama, he is certainly Dalja in This is my first life, what with being an old spinster type of guy, counting his money and being all scrooge-y.
Recommended by ayacherry - 24 days ago
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Both dramas are sweet and about two totally different people developing feelings for each other as they learn to depend on the other while living together, although Kimi wa petto is a bit more extreme with the conditions for tenancy ;)
Recommended by ayacherry - 24 days ago